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As the Witnesses Fall Silent

As the Witnesses Fall Silent

Educational Leadership and Policies Associate Professor Dr. E. Doyle Stevick and Bar-Ilan University Associate Professor Dr. Zehavit Gross officially debuted their book As the Witnesses Fall Silent: 21st Century Holocaust Education in Curriculum, Policy and Practice.

A quarter century of PDS success

A quarter century of PDS success

As a nationally accredited PDS institution, the college has forged an efficacious collaboration with fifteen P-12 partnerships.

Mihaela Ene named 1 of 15 SAS Student Ambassadors worldwide

Mihaela Ene named 1 of 15 SAS Student Ambassadors worldwide

This SC Educational Policy Center graduate research assistant was recently honored for using SAS technologies. in innovative ways

USC College of Education Special Education faculty win $1.158 million U.S. Department of Education grant to

USC College of Education Special Education faculty win $1.158 million U.S. Department of Education grant to "Focus on Transition"

Kathleen Marshall and Tony Plotner were recently awarded $1.158 million to equip 12 Ph.D. scholars in special education with the newly-developed SC graduate endorsement in Transition Practices.

Teach Science & Mathematics launches video on National Teacher Appreciation Day

Teach Science & Mathematics launches video on National Teacher Appreciation Day

Get ready to sing along with and share this viral video hit in support of teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics education careers.

A tradition that every elementary education senior must do

A tradition that every elementary education senior must do

Data-driven research presentations about what these future teachers have learned

Advocate for diversity in counseling awarded a $20,000 Fellowship

Advocate for diversity in counseling awarded a $20,000 Fellowship

I have a passion for helping others, especially those from under-served populations.

Kridel receives AERA Division B's coveted Lifetime Achievement Award

Kridel receives AERA Division B's coveted Lifetime Achievement Award

"Craig Kridel has a synoptic vision of education that is generous and caring, generative, wise, and humane..."

USC offers week-long summer Science & Technology Enrichment Program for middle school students

USC offers week-long summer Science & Technology Enrichment Program for middle school students

STEP offers students a hands-on, inquiry-based investigation of the world surrounding them.

College of Education Celebrates Excellence

College of Education Celebrates Excellence

Join us in honoring our high achievers and go-getters. We've got lots of them!

I want to leave something worthwhile

I want to leave something worthwhile

"I'm a storyteller. I am a teacher at heart" says William Hale.

Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education wins Spirit of Partnership Award

Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education wins Spirit of Partnership Award

The Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education at Ohio University believes in its people -- and supports their career development

Integrating STEM more deliberately into our teaching

Integrating STEM more deliberately into our teaching

TI-Nspire, CSI class, and assessment writing tips

Lower Richland High School class visits the college

Lower Richland High School class visits the college

The students said that they would love to go to a college class.

Saturdays in Barnwell

Saturdays in Barnwell

Dr. Thomas Hébert has been working with educators from Hampton, Colleton, Barnwell and Jasper counties.

Six-year study wins SCEPUR Distinguished Paper Award

Six-year study wins SCEPUR Distinguished Paper Award

SCEPUR distinguished paper entries were evaluated and selected based on the usefulness, significance, and educational interest of the topic as well as quality of the research, accuracy of data analysis, appropriateness of the presentation of results; validity of the content; and conformity to APA style.

Innovations in South Carolina Research and Praxis - How it's done

Innovations in South Carolina Research and Praxis - How it's done

Collaborate, investigate, analyze, qualify, quantify, mentor, evaluate, develop, inform, implement, and influence. These pursuits are what dedicated College of Education faculty, students and staff at college are revolutionizing daily.

College of Education hosts Maya Christina Gonzalez, artist, author, educator, activist, peacemaker and publisher on April 8

College of Education hosts Maya Christina Gonzalez, artist, author, educator, activist, peacemaker and publisher on April 8

Gonzalez will share her quirky, soulful, introspective journey through life as a promoter of creativity, culture, education and respect.

Seven local SICs named to School Improvement Council Honor Roll for 2015

Seven local SICs named to School Improvement Council Honor Roll for 2015

The School Improvement Councils (SICs) of seven South Carolina public schools have been named to the SC School Improvement Council's (SC-SIC) 2015 Honor Roll for their significant efforts to foster civic engagement in public education.

Students can explore careers in high school math or science and earn $300 this spring

Students can explore careers in high school math or science and earn $300 this spring

Earn a $300 stipend when you complete EDSE 210, a one credit-hour elective in which you will work in a local high school math and science classroom and explore teaching as a career.

Get ahead with College of Education summer 2015 classes

Get ahead with College of Education summer 2015 classes

Complete coursework toward your major, or take courses toward admission to the Secondary Master of Teaching Degree with summer classes.

College online graduate education programs rank tops nationally

College online graduate education programs rank tops nationally

U.S. News & World Report ranks our programs among the best nationally -- no surprise to us.

Evans, Horton and Jacques join SC-SIC Board of Trustees

Evans, Horton and Jacques join SC-SIC Board of Trustees

Bill Evans of Beaufort, Sherri R. Horton of Clifton, and Allison Batten Jacques of Columbia have recently joined the SC School Improvement Council Board of Trustees, Board Chair Michael Guarino has announced.

Meeting state needs with Gifted and Talented Education courses

Meeting state needs with Gifted and Talented Education courses

"I came to USC to design and deliver a new and challenging graduate program in gifted and talented education," says Professor Thomas P. Hébert.

Concept Mapping Helps Student Researchers Fill Data Holes

Concept Mapping Helps Student Researchers Fill Data Holes

Strong research requires the ability to formulate the right research question and identify relationships between information.

College of Education offers new Qualitative Research Certificate

College of Education offers new Qualitative Research Certificate

The Department of Educational Studies at USC's College of Education is now offering the university's first post-masters certificate in qualitative research.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Meir Muller

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Meir Muller

Not only is Dr. Muller a faculty member, but also 22-year principal of Cutler Jewish Day School and an ordained rabbi.

Education students enhance College's international presence through summer internships

Education students enhance College's international presence through summer internships

Five students travel to Brazil, Taiwan, Ireland and Australia to gain professional experience in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Teach Science and Mathematics campaign rolls out in South Carolina

Teach Science and Mathematics campaign rolls out in South Carolina

Through a gift from the Duke Energy Foundation, the College of Education has launched a campaign to recruit more students to teach STEM curriculum at the middle and high school levels.

The Great Oz behind the curtain

The Great Oz behind the curtain

Professor Meir Muller presented, "Constructivist Family Engagement: The Wizard of Oz Conundrum" at the Jewish Early Childhood Education Leadership Institute.

College of Education graduate Sarah Jayne McClanahan travels to Indonesia for Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

College of Education graduate Sarah Jayne McClanahan travels to Indonesia for Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

McClanahan made the decision several years ago to be a life-long learner, and believes that teaching is the core of that pursuit.

Education advocates secure millions in grants

Education advocates secure millions in grants

Improving mathematics education, teacher education and teacher leadership remains resolute to College of Education researchers

Enterprise Learning Launches in SC with $24.9 Million Race to the Top-District Grant

Enterprise Learning Launches in SC with $24.9 Million Race to the Top-District Grant

Four diverse school districts in South Carolina came together last year to form a consortium recently awarded a $24.9 million grant in the second round of Race to the Top-District competition funding by the U.S. Department of Education.

Empowing Girls in India with Diversity in Thought, Approach and Action

Empowing Girls in India with Diversity in Thought, Approach and Action

"I became disturbed by the severe marginalization of women and girls in India - particularly in rural India," says Dr. Payal Shah.